Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union celebrated reaching 100,000 members this year. The milestone drew praise from National Credit Union Administration Chairman Rodney Hood when he visited the institution.
Brad Calhoun, left, president and CEO of Hauppauge, N.Y.-based Teachers FCU, took part in helping build Habitat for Humanity’s 200th home in Suffolk County, N.Y. The project was completed in three weeks and was Habitat’s first “blitz build” in the county since 2006.
School supplies galore
Over 11,000 school supplies were collected by Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation, the charitable arm of Northwest Federal Credit Union in Herndon, Va.
On the court for a cause
PSECU in Harrisburg, Pa., raised nearly $10,400 for the American Heart Association during the credit union's inaugural employee volleyball tournament on Sept. 11.
Starting off the new school year right
Thousands of school supplies were delivered by the Westminster, Calif.-based LBS Financial Credit Union to help start the new school year.
Party in the parking lot
Infinity Credit Union in Westbrooke Maine, allowed local non-profit organizations to use its parking lot for car parking fundraisers, which raised nearly $10,000.
Chartway Federal Credit Union in Virginia Beach, Va., celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Old Dominion University in commemoration of a 10-year marketing and branding agreement.
Teaching the younger ones
America First Credit Union in Riverdale, Utah, has selected 40 winners to participate in a soccer clinic with Las Vegas Lights coaches and players in October.
Community banks that were pushed past key asset limits by the Paycheck Protection Program say they will be unable to shrink their balance sheets back to normal size by the 2022 deadline, especially if there is a new round of rescue aid.
The plan still lacks concrete details about standards banks must meet to earn high ratings, but the agency said the new methodology would end grade inflation and could penalize banks that underperform.